Today I’m starting freeCodeCamp and the #100DaysOfCode! I wanted to get this site updated with HTML5, CSS3, and a new layout before then, since HTML/CSS isn’t new code to me. I’ve done that now, but I still learned a lot — should’ve started the 100 days back when all this started on Memorial Day haha. I’ve been wrangling: how to migrate WordPress databases to a new domain/server how HTML5 and CSS3 are different from XHTML how to use icon fonts, specifically Genericons and Social Logos how to make slanted headers/footers with SVGs how to code responsive text how to buy & install a SSL certificate how to use GitHub beyond simply committing updates for work I almost got sidetracked into WordPress land by wanting to install a local environment to help test themes, but figured I should wait and not do too much at once. Plus, these 2 projects will definitely help with contributing to WordPress in the future.
A funny aside: In the process of updating this site, researching hosts, and browsing Google Fonts, I came across the same picture of Jeremiah on Dreamhost and his site Typewolf. I don’t know him and had never been to either site before, but somehow I recognized his picture in 2 unrelated places: So Jeremiah, if you ever read this, know that you’re memorable!